Reflecting on our participation in the annual SNETP 2023 Forum, which took place in Gothenburg, Sweden from the 15th – 17th May 2023. It was an incredible opportunity for the Gemini 4.0 project, to connect with over 200 like-minded stakeholders to discuss the key role that the wider EU nuclear community, can play in the fight against climate change. We
The 2020 edition of the World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE) will be organised in Paris (France), from 23-25 June under the following theme: “The nuclear industry, the key partner for a low-carbon society”.
The 2019 edition of the International Congress on Advances in Nuclear Power Plants (ICAPP) took place in Juan-les-Pins (France), from 12-15 May 2019. On this occasion, the GEMINI+ project was presented by explaining its main goal, expected objectives and impacts to pave the way for an early deployment of industrial nuclear cogeneration in Europe. The full presentation is available by
The 2019 edition of the International Congress on Advances in Nuclear Power Plants (ICAPP) will take place in Juan-les-Pins (France), from 12-15 May 2019. ICAPP’2019 will be the place to get a comprehensive overview of nuclear energy’s rebound and to understand the many ways it will fully contribute to decarbonizing the world. TOPICS & LEADERS
The NUGENIA Forum 2019 will be held from 13 to 15 March 2019 at La Cité Universitaire in Paris (France). The theme of this edition is “Innovation for a safe, efficient and low-carbon nuclear energy production”. It will be devoted to the discussion on the technical and scientific milestones to be tackled to ensure competitive, efficient and safe production of low CO2 electricity from GEN II, GEN III
Embedded in the 8th Atoms for the Future Conference and organised jointly by the Generation IV Forum (GIF) and the French Nuclear Energy Society Young Generation Network (SFEN JG), the 4th GIF Symposium will take place in Paris (France), from 16-17 October. The Generation IV International Forum has fourteen members that are signatories of its founding document, the GIF Charter. The
The 4th edition of the International Conference on Technological Innovations in Nuclear Civil Engineering (TINCE) will take place in Paris-Saclay (France) from 29-31 August. Organised by the SFEN, this event is devoted to be a place of exchange of knowledge and innovation coming from every corner of the civil engineering landscape. Optimization and earthquake are the two main topics of the